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  November 10, 2007 - Silver Reef Casino - Ferndale, Washington

Two northwest women, as well as one from Las Vegas and a California transplant, stepped in to the ring in welterweight bouts at the Silver Reef Casino in Ferndale, Washington. Of the northwesterners, one looked sharp, the other showed improvement. Molly McConnell, 144,  looked every bit the skilled boxer as she faced Angie Dauenhaur, 146. McConnell started the fight pumping a jab to Dauenhaur's face, and in reality, that would have been the only punch she would have needed to win the fight as Dauenhaur had little defense, and rarely threw anything in return. Dauenhaur, who held her hands head high, left her body open, and McConnell went to work there. There was a moment late in the opening round when a McConnell right to the body stung Dauenhaur. Dauenhaur was hurt to the point that the fight could have been stopped, she was doing little to defend herself, but to her credit she stood in to finish the round. Thirty seconds in to the second round after taking another wicked body shot, Dauenhaur turned her back to McConnell. That signaled the end. The referee let the action continue for a short time, but when Dunerhaur dropped to a knee, the fight ended. Photos and Story by Mike Blair




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